Due to duo using the hotp rather than the totp algorithm, this app is easily vulnerable to phishing, which is subverting the whole point of two factor. Lack of support to use a real otp app with the duo service as well.
So now it has a service that constantly runs in the background. Thanks for not telling me this was going to be in the update. It was totally fine before. This is not an improvement
It works pretty well. I have to use it for school and have never had any issues.
It doesn't connect over 4g after my phone updated to Android 7.. Which is such a pain since half time I'm out and about.. I dont understand why this vendor is even used.. There's much better industry standard tools out there.. The only sys admins that use this are very inexperienced in my opinion..
The downloaded and installation process went well, until I got to the "scan activation barcode." What barcode? Where do I find it? Just another case of poor quality UI. Fix the UI problem. Hire someone other a computer person to determine what the end users see on the screen. I have no patience with these UI guessing games. I never know if it is going to take another 20 seconds, 20 minutes, or much, much longer to guess how to use less than straight forward programs, apps, and all other things digital.
Android 7.0 eliminated my "push" notifications. Now I need to manually open the app (that previously was essentially invisible aside from notifications) to view the push request and acknowledge. This is moderately annoying. I tele-commute for my job and use this functionality every day. If I send "one time" codes to my phone via text, that notification works. The app is working flawlessly, as far as I can tell, with the exception of push notifications.
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements.
- Added Trusted Endpoint validation
Salesforce Authenticator provides additional security with 2-step verification.